Vertical Gardening

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  1. Manashree says:

    @drdrdas
    Yes, you are right. However, the humidity in Kolkata helps the vertical garden to get its moisture from air. However, the soil used for the plants needs to be well watered. Watering every alternate day when there is no rain is important.

  2. drbrdas says:

    I read it somewhere, – Gardening requires lots of water – most of it in the form of perspiration.- Dr.Bikash Rai Das

  3. Your Book shelf needs an addition called ‘Little Prince’, something a person like you would enjoy tremendously. About your garden, its lovely, a passion that one can maintain wherever you go, irrespective of space constraints.. like you did.. sadly they are no alternative to society and friends much as we would like them to be! its a wonderful blog 🙂

    Tumpa ba

  4. Prakash says:

    Monii….you really are a flower freak ! I really enjoyed your vertical garden. You must be having one heck of lucky neighbours…they get to see your new creations everyday.Do you stay in a studio apartment?

  5. chuck b. says:

    “Modern day demands always play the role of a hurdle in pursuing our passions and hobbies.” Oh, yes, indeed. It’s all about the hurdle. The hurdle is everything now. And, who set it so high? Did I have something to do with that? I dearly hope not, but I don’t remember. The hurdle seems to move with a mind of its own.

  6. Monii says:

    Thank you for the encouragement 🙂 I have posted another photo-filled post. I’ll be honoured if you have a look at that too. Thank you again.

  7. starnitesky says:

    Good luck with your vertical gardening, I hope we will see the results.

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